PACOIMA — The Los Angeles Police Division’s Valley Site visitors Division requested for the general public’s assist Sunday to determine the driving force of a white four-door sedan that killed a 53-year-old motorcyclist who was ejected from his bike after he collided with a Toyota Corolla.
The crash occurred round 8:35 p.m. Saturday on Laurel Canyon Boulevard at Judd Road, in response to the LAPD.
The motorcyclist driving a 2012 Kawasaki was northbound on Laurel Canyon when it merged right into a two-way left flip lane and collided head-on with a grey 2015 Corolla, police stated. He was then hit by the white sedan, which was southbound. That driver then fled the scene.
The driving force of the automobile into which the bike crashed remained on the scene and cooperated with police.
The motorcyclist was taken to a hospital by paramedics the place he was pronounced useless, police stated. His title was withheld pending notification of subsequent of kin.
A reward of as much as $50,000 is out there to anybody who can present info that results in the identification of the hit-and-run driver, their arrest and conviction via the town’s hit-and-run reward program belief fund.
Anybody with info on this driver was requested to name Valley Site visitors Division detectives at 818-644-8035 or 8818-644-8114. Tipsters also can name the LAPD’s 24/7 tipline at 877-527-3247 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.